Edge Two- The Seagull During their summer module, Edge Two’s dedicated group of performers met every Monday on Zoom to explore text through Chekhov’s The Seagull. They analysed the play and examined the characters before rehearsing and filming scenes that were woven together to share with an audience of supporters over Zoom.
October Newsletter Recovery Month (September) was eventful at Outside Edge, our **NEW**South London Drop-In Drama group started with great success, Edge Two hosted a watch party to share their brilliant work on The Seagull and we’ve been all across London (virtually of course!) running Drama Taster Sessions to expand our reach to new communities. To top
September Newsletter Last month at Outside Edge was packed full of excitement: we partnered with LAMDA to create radio plays with our writers in recovery, we created a performance in collaboration with artistic recovery communities from Bristol to Brighton for Overdose Awareness Day and our readers were busy assessing scripts about
August Newsletter A lot happened “behind the scenes” at Outside Edge last month! Throughout July the Phil Fox Award readers were assessing all the scripts we received for our inaugural script competition. Our Facilitators and Peer Volunteers had training and started delivering our redesigned Online Drama Taster Sessions for treatment facilities and our
Outreach & Administration Assistant (part-time) Location: 61 Philpot Street, London, E1 2JH. Reports to: Administration & Project Manager Salary Range: £22,360 (pro rata) Working hours: Part-time freelance position. 3 days per week working remotely with the possibility of returning to working in OETC’s offices. Contract: Fixed term - 1 year Company Aim: Outside Edge Theatre Company is
July Newsletter Although lockdown has brought its challenges, it's also brought opportunity to Outside Edge. We launched the Women’s Drama Group, watched 13 online theatre productions followed by Q&As with members of the cast and creative team and we created more chances for participants to connect with each other at their weekly
June Newsletter Although the summer doesn’t quite look how we expected, at OETC we are determined to keep our activities exciting and engaging even whilst you are at home. May was a great month packed with activities, from online social groups to skills-based workshops. We have been as busy as ever and June shows no sign of slowing down!
This year Creativity and Wellbeing Week and Mental Health Awareness Week occurred simultaneously May 18-22. Everything we do at Outside Edge celebrates the shared goals of these two campaigns, so we thought it might be good to capture how we used creativity to improve people's wellbeing and mental health over the
by Carmen (Write Now playwright) Oh squiggle and squirm, throttle and thrill and now it’s time for amagnificent kill. With eyes of gold and locks of champagne, I am going to chop off thatridiculous mane. Wriggle, fandango, squinkle, carack, never mind me when I give you a whack. Bruised and bloodied, torn and trapped,
This collection of writing explores themes inspired by the title 'Totally Addicted To You'. Scripts written by the playwrights of Write Now and curated by Sonya Hale and Gemma Rogers. Something Contemporaneous By Ian Sturrock Today felt like the end of the world, at least I wish that it was. I’m in the